Settlement Events

Ref Code Title Description Start date Remaining Places
OG17SUN OPEN GARDENS 5 Beautiful Letchworth Gardens open in aid of The Settlement 18 Jun 2017 13:30 50
OG17WED OPEN GARDENS 5 Beautiful Letchworth Gardens open in aid of The Settlement 21 Jun 2017 13:30 50
FN2017 Field Notes - Textile Art & Music A talk by renowned textile artist Matthew Harris 21 Jul 2017 19:30 30

Settlement Fair
Saturday 10 June 9.30am to 12.30pm
Admission £1, accompanied children free

Please come and join us at our annual Fair and main fundraising event of the year. We have our usual lucky ticket draw to win one of our fabulous hampers.

Browse the stalls, play a game and then relax with tea and cake. Attractions include gourmet goods, tombola, books, cakes and new for this year, accessories.

Our new course brochure is available from this date so come and get your copy hot off the press!

Open Gardens
Sunday 18 June & Wednesday 21 June
1.30pm to 5.00pm

Admission £4 on the gate, £3.50 in advance
Tickets available from the office, online and at the gardens.

We are very lucky to have 5 beautiful gardens being
opened to visitors in aid of the Settlement.

The addresses of the Open Gardens are: 20 and 22* Hitchin Road,
23 and 67 Baldock Road and 17 Sollershott West, Letchworth.
*Tea and cake will be available at this venue so bring some friends and relax awhile in lovely surroundings.
Your ticket can be used on either day but only once.

Field Notes – Textile Art & Music with Matthew Harris
Friday 21st July
Doors Open 7.30pm for 7.45pm start

Tickets: £10 includes a glass of wine
Tickets available from the office, online and David’s Music

The colourful worlds of textiles and music creatively collide together during a special ‘twilight talk’ with the celebrated textile artist Matthew Harris.
Inspired by ancient maps in Shrewsbury the talk takes you through a symbiotic collaboration by composer Howard Skempton and Matthew Harris. If you have an interest in music, textiles or walking this talk may well appeal.
Follow this link for more information: https://fieldnotestour.co.uk